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Track

Emanuel, Lynn. The Dig. Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1992.

Track

Emanuel, Lynn. The Dig. Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1992.

Track

Emanuel, Lynn. The Dig. Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1992.

Reading

Lynn Emanuel reads from her third collection, The Dig (1992), which includes many persona poems focused on small town life in Nevada and the impacts of nuclear weapons testing. She opens with an early version of "The Politics of Narrative: Why I Am a Poet," which would later appear in Then, Suddenly— (1999).

Reading
Michael Collier reads primarily from The Folded Heart (1989), The Neighbor (1995), and The Ledge (2000). He also reads his translations of the work of Mexican poet José Emilio Pacheco.
Reading

Kim Addonizio reads poems from her collection Mortal Trash (2016) as well as new work that would go on to be collected in Now We're Getting Somewhere (2021). This reading was originally given alongside Joseph O. Legaspi and Javier Zamora at the Center for Creative Photography. 

Reading

Arthur Sze reads from his poetry collection Sight Lines (2019).

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